|Saguaro Lake Ranch|
Established in 1930, the Ranch is a historic oasis in the Tonto National Forest. It lies on the banks of the Salt River, just below ten-mile long Saguaro Lake and in the shadow of the scenic Goldfield Mountain Range.
Guests are welcomed in our rustic ranchettes and in our main ranch lodge, with its unique four-sided stone fireplace, wagon wheel lights, chimayo drapes and many historic and interesting artifacts.
The Ranch is a perfect place to relax and escape the hectic city life. We have no phones or televisions in the rooms, but they are available in the main lodge. And for those who need more than just a book for entertainment, the Ranch offers a variety of activities.
Even though we are a rustic ranch, our rooms are well-maintained, quaint, and decorated in a western style. All have their own bathrooms, and each is heated and air conditioned.
We offer two plans: our American plan which includes breakfast, lunch, and dinner and a bed and breakfast plan which includes only breakfast. Our food is wonderfully prepared and served "buffet" style in our unique dining room, with tables and chairs surrounding a giant saguaro cactus skeleton. For information concerning prices, click on the link below.